Common multi-word phrases that nearly rhyme with egghead:

7 letters:
wet end,
in head,
is head,
air air,
big end

8 letters:
egg head,
air head,
big head,
rag head,
bell end,
dead end,
head end,
did head,
hid head,
his head,
pin head,
pit head,
was head,
dead air,
best end,
egg cell,
left end

9 letters:
dead head,
meth head,
well head,
fell dead,
kept head,
bull head,
drum head,
hung head,
mill head,
pull head,
shit head,
then head,
this head,
will lead,
with head,
chess set,
fair hair,
fresh air,
shell egg,
big heads,
them good,
dead ends,
egg shell,
hemi head,
ever held

10 letters:
shook head,
be on head,
spear head,
truss head,
sell hedge,
where good,
well cared,
air thread,
krems lead,
their head,
excess air,
edith head,
metal head

11 letters:
spread head,
deaths head,
fair haired,
bridge head,
cette terre,
dread death,
fresh shell,
bare legged,
bared heads,
bread bread,
death leads,
dense heads,
fresh bread,
heads heads,
bonnet head,
heavy heads

12 letters:
spread death,
chest heaved,
feather head,
leather head,
excess leads,
head to head,
letter heads,
narrow heads

13 letters:
pressure head,
breast heaved,
subject heads,
access shared,
excess spread,
excess thread,
feather edged,
cigarette end

14 letters:
propeller head,
cigarette ends,
cuisenaire rod

Some other possibilities:

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